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Effect of IP Address changing in Windows Domain Controller

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hi

We have installed Windows 2003 domain controller and Its working fine. Now we want to change the pre- configured IP range into different range.


If I change the range

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1. Will it cause the problem to run the server on production level.

2. How will it effect on the dns service ?

Regards,

Wijendra.




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Shouldn't cause any problems.

Change the IP then restart the NETLOGON services, that should sort it.

If the server is a DNS sever then you will need to updates your DHCP scope options, and any static entries you have.
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Also make sure to update your subnets in sites and services if the new IP/subnet isn't already defined

Thanks

Mike
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